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Kewpie-U. H. S. Tult Friday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

KEWPIE U. H. H 8 S FRIDAY Basketball Bask Game Will Be e Held in High lIb Building The Kewpie basketball team will wUl play the University high blah school team tomorrow night at 7 30 o o'clock clock t at the University high hiah school build build- building ing lag The Kewpie KC squad will win engage last years year's ears vears in a practice game lame this evening e at the Hickman high school

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Entries to Close Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

0 I Entries to t Close Tuesday T. T I Entries in m the intramural basket basket- basketball basketball ball ban and handball leagues will be closed next Tuesday Coach Anton announced this morning Schedules will ill be made out at once o end the first intramural games will willbe willbe be bf played before the close of next week w ek

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Sled Rider Killed by Car [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I SLED RIDER BIDER KILLED BY CAR 01 I Jam Jame Heifner Bellner 01 f M beri Diet Dies h is bI Accident on 00 No a 43 aJames I James Preston Heifner Helmet 17 of Mo Mo- berly was wu killed yesterday at when hi his hla sled sift which he had hitch hitch- hitched hitched hitched I ed to an automobile was wu struck b another car half a mile mUe north o oj oi Moberly on Highway 63 3 The ma ma- machine chine chine that hit him was driven bj i Edward C C. Fields of Fayette Payette The boy is ie survived d by his par parents ems enta Mr and Mrs Mr Roy Heifner Helner t s and a younger bi brother other

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Willard Gracey Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I WiLLARD GRACEY DIES I Former I Former Man Mu Succumbs In lu Topeka Hospital I Willard Gracey formerly of Hunts Hunts- Huntsdale Huntsdale dale died cUed in a hospital at Topeka Dec M H. Mr Gracey lived in HunU- HunU Huntsdale dale twenty-five twenty years year ago 10 and wa was postmaster for tor several AVera years I Surviving him are his widow for for- formerly formerly formerly merly Miss Ruth Dennis of Hunts Hunt Huntsdale I dale and an adopted daughter Mrs Mr i Clifford Mr Gracey I home was at Paola Pol Kan

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Mrs. Coolidge Assists Santa Claus [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

o e- e ta M Mrs Coolidge Assists Santa 8 Claus Clausi 1 i I C Ck k kr O r s sC C t ca l Santa SanU naus n. n a willing and alit able h helper ip r when shen h n he hI made his hla rounds in Washington D D. C C. The assistant was is Mr e who ho bo ia is pictured p here with some of or pour poor children whom she helped be te to tomake 1 make happy This has baa been an annual custom for the first lady

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Agriculture Sees Increase in 1928 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

d AGRICULTURE SEES INCREASE IN 1928 Missouri Report Reveals Margin Over 1927 JEFFERSON CITY Jan 3 UP VP During 1028 1928 agriculture in n ri yielded or an au lor of 20 over 1927 1027 the tb md end endI nd I report of E. E A A. Logan LogaR of the I Stat States s Bureau Eure u of Agricultural Eco Economics and Jen Je Jewell ell Mayet Mayes wa secretary of or the Missouri tte Board of ol AC AI- Agriculture ute showed I The fetal tal of field fie Id truck truet fruits i and pasture crops was wu 2 1 I to In uan and aDd idd ng the the- theli livestock li tock valuation the I total agricultural production was wai GiO 2620 compared with MV- MV 20 for 1027 1921 There was vas a total acre acreage of all aU r I crops I year of against last la t year vear y ar l Missouri livestock dairy and poul xul poultry try production i Is placed at n n 3 teat last year ar arin I in a B preliminary estimated value It Itis is Ii estimated that a slight increase will be shown in the final returns in value of ...

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University Club to Hear Etheridge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Club to 0 Hearl Hear H r Etheridge I Prof W W. Q Q 0 Etheridge will talk on Commercial Fishing Off the South loath Atlantic Coast Coot at the University I Club Saturday night at 8 S I There will be tournaments and Dei re refreshments re I during the evening

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Home Burns at Turner Station [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

1 I Home flome Burns Bum at t Turner TUBer Station Static j J The home of Mr and Mrs Mra J. J Par For i bus at Turner r Station was destroyed If by fire last week according to word J received by Mrs Mra Forbus' Forbus skater sister Kirs I IC c. c M M. Holton at McBaine The fire fir I I was discovered too late for tor any of i I the contents of the house hoUle to 0 be bt bei 1 i saved

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

i PA THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 3 1929 I iii o. o I II T I 4 Att I I t 7 tW L 1 r Jl t 1 I v q 1 q A I q uw P iA J l. l A. A c J r fr I tc 1 ty Pc t l. t Q ic 30 3 c i r IQ f f Q I t L CAi IN 14 1 FC t 4 Q P IQ N M M AND AN I IWO WO T i T AN y Q I iN

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Co-Operation and Good Will Rute Business [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

OPERATION CO OPERA CO TION AND GOOD WILL RULE BUSINESS BUSINESS' I ISec Sec Davis Gives Rca Rea Reasons sons for Increased ed Prosperity MANY GRAVE PROBLEMS Greatest of These Is I s to Keep the Idle Men Employed I By JAMES tES J. J DAVIS DA VI Secretary Secreta r oi of Labor I Copyright 1928 by United Press Press' t tIn In the present era of full production production I tion bon and good business there is io iono no question but that the new spirit of operation co-operation and a n d understanding which Li is I growing up between bet w n the two principal elements of industry industry- managers and workers workErs which which has hu so o impressed itself on our business life is in large measure responsible re for forthe forthe forthe the conditions ue we find in m America today operation Co and good will are ar to today to- to today today day extending throughout hout the whole fibre of American business and ad this condition is responsible r r in my Iny opinion ion for the th happy...

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Legislators' Eyes to Focus on M. U. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

LEGISLATORS LEGISLATORS' EYES TO FOCUS ON M. M 1 U. U i I Appropriations Request to Direct Attention Here HereBy By a Staff nt JEFFERSON CITY Jan 3 L 3 Leg 3 Leg Legislation it affecting nR the University of Missouri and Columbia C lumbia will hold an important part on the lengthy pro pro- program program gram of the Fifty fifth Fifty Fifty- fifth General As A. Assembly which opened here yester yester- day Of principal importance to lo the University will be the request of President Stratton D. D Brooks for an appropriation of more than for the support of the University during the 1930 1929 biennium The budget presented by President President President dent Brooks to the State Tax Com Corn Commission r mission called for a total appropriation appropriation atlon of as ns compared with 58 8 appropriated for forthe forthe forthe the institution in 1927 In addition to this Brooks will go fO direct t to the I I legislature l re with WI h requests reque ts for new nfl buildings and addit...

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Majority of Students Back [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I j I i i I MAJORITY OF F BACK BAK I Many Return to Yester Yester- Yesterday Yesterday day and This Morning For the past few days davs students have hn been slowly returning to Co Co- Columbia Co- Co miniMa lumbia but yesterday afternoon af ond list last night the majority arrived in m others continued to come in inI by bus tram tran and private ate vehicles until o early this morning Thc T J creator tel part of hE University Uni Sf 5 f body hody had come into Colum- Colum Columbi bi bl bi bv liv the time fiat tsat a n four sleeper four sl pr i M M. T. T K T. T special train tram pulled palled p into I the Katy station af at a 5 53 30 tIts t 1 S morn- morn mornIn mi lutz c Christian College Coll e and s meat t of whom V. V an f from rc n Oklahoma t However lo lc er many of the more mor daring i r d not net hav han ri ni n a class ss early j I tin this tl us morning risked s cd Ini clas s bv by O waiting 1 tiis t. t s to be- be ben rn n their t rush over o the icy pave pave- pl ve- v...

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Kansas U. Profesor Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

KANSAS X K S t I. PROFESSOR IJ OI- OI DIES DILS AM I. I Was l r I mh r of Faculty Fulty There TheT e Since in i 1884 LAWRENCE LA Ken Jan 3 UP UP- V.P. Alexander A JC ll dr M M. 79 professor ci cl latin laUn and gre grek k at the the- University 1 i L Kansas dud ched here at hid ht home lonc He Ie had been b fn a number mn b f of or the th K KU U U. faculty since o P-c P or Wd- Wd cox OX was a Rr dul ale e oi of o Yale Uni- Uni Unit ver t r ity He lie taught tau ht at Wesl yan Uni- Uni Unto o verity C at Conn before coming here His Hib wife nile Mrs Mina Mma Martin 1 ViI Wil- cox lS him hun She is the th daughter da of or the he t third chancellor chancelor of or orI i th th University Funeral arrange arrange- i i merits ments have not been made

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Health Board Re-Organized [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

HEALTH II L BOARD RD RE ORGANIZED Dr H. H I L. Kerr K rr President Pr and andI Dr II H. S. S Go President Vice I JEFFERSON CITY Jan 3 UP 1 The The State Board of Health H alth was wasi i reorganized d here today with the elec- elec election election election tion of Dr H H. L. L Kerr of Crane as president and Dr H. H S. S Gove of i Linn as vice Dr James Stewart St wart of St St. Louts Louis LoU I II who has been secretary of the board during the Baker administration was was re elected to the post In ad- ad addition Dr Stewart Steuart serves str as state health commissioner It Is believed he will be reappointed by b elect Henry S. S Caufield

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I I t I Radio Programs Tomorrow Tomorrows Best Radio Programs ms 1 Copyright C ht 1928 by United Pre Press o and network 7 7 C. C S. S T T. Cities Cities service ser i e Hour WOR and net 8 work network network- 8 C C. S S. T. T True Story Hour and network 8 8 C C. S. S T. T Wrigley Review and network network- 8 30 C. C S S. ST T T. T.-Philco Philco Hour WOR VOR and nd network network- C C. S S. T T. Opera I hI Among mon Tonight's bt's Best iWo Programs 7 Song Song Shop NBC to KD and WOW 7 1 Lehn L hn and Fink Serenade NBC to and 7 Hoover 30 30 Hoover Hc er Sentinel 1 NBC to 7 Champion 30 30 Champion Sparkers NBC to 8 Singers NBC o 0 and VS 1 8 Sonora Hour CBS to fOX Kl I and K 8 Maxwell 3 30 Maxwell House Hour NBC to 1 I WS 1 and 9 Stuart Halsey Hour NBC to 9 Merrymakers 30 Merrymakers 30 CBS to and Kl 9 30 30 Red 30 Red Crown program NBC to and WOW 10 Lombardos Lombardo's Royal Canadians CBS to 1 and Kl I To return from the Christmas Christma holidays S and arid find a walk covered...

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Cold Snap to Hit Chicago [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

COLD SNAP TO HIT CHICAGO Zero Near-Zero Weather Will PUI Be Felt Again for Several v ral Days Day CHICAGO Jan 3 UP Chica Chicago go and the middle west enjoyed hiher temperatures today but the respite te from rom om near zero weather w a ther was to be short the th government Kov fore for caster C. C A. A Donnel said Snow started falling here early today oday Tomorrow the mercury m will skid toward the zero mark mart again and the cold will ill continue several Jev ra days he said sald More snow with the temperature around 30 was as the forecast for to to- to today day One death d ath another reported dy- dy dying dyIng ing ng and three treated for frost frostbites bites bUes was vas the toll of the frigid wave here Daniel 62 a railroad was as found frozen fro n to death In n his shanty and Frank Bower 50 was near death from exposure after being found In the street More than homeless lec persons are being cared for at night in the police stations

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I 1 At the Hospitals I University Evelynn Hoar Mrs Frances Lichty LIcht Lich and Mrs Mr Helen LeCrone were ad admitted ad- ad admitted admitted yesterday Dan and Vera Pulliam were w re discharged yesterday Boone County Mrs J. J S. S Rollins was admitted yesterday John Devore Devote and Mrs Gainor Payne were dismissed sed Monday Mrs l Robbie Hance was admitted Monday I

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Mayes Submits Annual Report [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

MAYES SUBMITS ANNUAL REPORT Recommends Legislation Favoring operative Co-operative Marketing JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 3 UP A A recommendation that the th present legislature deal favorably with amendments and new laws foe fos fostering operative co-operative marketing was as included in the annual report r port of Jewell Jew ll Mayes secretary of the Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri MIssouri State Board of Agriculture at the boards board's annual meeting here today The report dealt with ith the th work of ot all departments of the state board Members of the board will leave tonight for Sedalia where they will sit as the state fair board to to- to morrow Other recommendations Hons made by Mayes were A car carlot lot potato in inspection tn- tn inspection measure amending forestry act to make optional certain re requirements re- re reQuirements requirements now mandatory resume publication of state agricultural yearbook that livestock and poultry feeding stuffs law be made self sup sup- suppor...

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Orphan Tells"Whopper" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

ORPHAN N TELLS WHOPPER Appealing story of 01 Boy Wanderer Fan Falls to Tally Tall With Ith Facts Fact The effort of the Public Welfare Society to keep beggars off orf the streets of Columbia has brought to light 11 gh t another case ca A boy who was brought to the th Public Welfare Society for assist assist- assistance ance anc gave Rave an address addre of his sister in Detroit troit and requested to be re returned re- re returned returned turned there th re He lIe related d how he had left De De- Detroit DeI De- De Detroit troit trait last spring with With the Wild I West Show and recently when the show had gone into its Us winter inter quarters quarters I at Marland Okla he had been stranded without funds as he had I previously pr received rec i fd only 8 per month in addition to room and meals He had hiked from Okla Okla- Oklahoma homa to Rocheport from front where he I. I had lad been brought to Columbia by a citizen who heard his hi story To make his story more appealing the b...

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